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Tom Lewis struggles to replicate first round form

Surprise amateur contender Tom Lewis showed he had the grit to go with his guile after refusing to allow his Open dream to fall apart with one bad round.

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Lewis set to rapidly turn professional after shining alongside legend

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England's next big thing ready to follow in legend Watson's footsteps

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England's Gary Boyd found fine early form with an opening 65, including eight birdies, at the BMW International Open in Munich yesterday, a score bettered by one shot by Sweden's Henrik Stenson later in the day.

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If Rory McIlroy fails to win the 111th US Open, Jack Nicklaus is going to kick his backside. That is what Nicklaus threatened to do after McIlroy imploded with a final-round 80 at Augusta in April to throw away the Masters.

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A new format of golf played over nine holes with a choice of two flags on each green has been launched at Celtic Manor.

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